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The Struggles of Discussing Race In The Asian American Evangelical Church [Racialigious]

by Guest Contributor Paul Matsushima, originally published at Eesahmu Recently, while attending one of the most ethnically diverse evangelical seminaries in the nation, I found myself in an environment where I had to defend the argument that race still matters. Don’t get me wrong; students and faculty alike openly discussed ethnic and societal culture; and, although all were unanimous…
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[Racialigious] Leaving Jesus: Women of Color Beyond Faith

Society & Culture / Ethnicity & Race : Racialicious (2 years ago)

By Guest Contributor Sikivu Hutchison; excerpt from “Godless Americana: Race and Religious Rebels” (Feb. 2013); originally published at the Feminist Wire The 24-hour prayer sessions are the true test of a warrior for Jesus.  They re... Read Post

untold civil rights stories: asian americans speak out for justice

Society & Culture / Ethnicity & Race : Racialicious (5 years ago)

By Guest Contributor Angry Asian Man, originally published at Angry Asian Man If you’re like me, growing up as a student, you heard a lot about civil rights history, but not much about the role of Asian Americans in those struggles.... Read Post

“Oriental or Islamic” Immigrants Would Be “More Problematic”

Society & Culture / Ethnicity & Race : Racialicious (4 years ago)

by Guest Contributor Angry Asian Man, originally published at Angry Asian Man This is an interesting Politico article on evangelical groups and the key role they are playing in getting immigration reform moving in Congress: Churches... Read Post


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